The Family Book of Advent Giveaway

Mommy Time Party, “Christ-Centered Holidays”

Waiting for Christmas can be HARD sometimes! Celebrating Advent is a really good way to count down to Christmas as you celebrate and glorify Jesus Christ. The Family Book of Advent is a good tool to help you do both! One special mom will be blessed with her own copy of The Family Book of Advent, thanks to Carol Garborg of Faith Family-Style.

Door Prize #4 – Family Book of Advent

The family book of Advent is an Advent devotional and activity book all rolled into one. Recommended for ages 4-9, it contains family devotions, parent devotions, activities and crafts. You can download a sample chapter on the site, find them on Facebook, and you can enter to win your own copy for Advent this year.

The Giveaway

The “Door Prize” giveaway will go live at 8PM Eastern (when the Mommy Time Party begins on the Blessed Beyond a Doubt Facebook page) and will be open for 48 hours.

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Many thanks to Carol at Faith Family-Style for allowing me to give away one copy of The Family Book of Advent to bless one mom at the Mommy Time Facebook Party!

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Katie
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Katie

This year we have a lego advent calendar, because my DD loves legos.

Amy B.
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Amy B.

I need ideas!!

Becky M
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Becky M

We have a calendar that we count down with. The boys get a piece of candy each day. It was the way my husband’s family did it when he was little.

Julie C.
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Julie C.

We have a 25 days count down wall hanger.

kathy balman
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kathy balman

we have an advent calendar filled with fun family things to do together everything from baking, crafts, outings, movie nights, game nights etc

LuannaM
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LuannaM

We have a dry erase board that we write how many days till Christmas and let the kids take turns changing the number each day. They all love it when it’s their turn!

Lydia Hostetler
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Lydia Hostetler

tough question.. Different ways. If Grandpa’s are coming we count down days til they arrive. Or if we are going away, we count down days til we leave. Like this year we are going to my sister’s place for the first time for Christmas.. Its an 8 hr drive north into Canada! We been there several times, just not for Christmas. 16 more sleeps til we leave!! 🙂

Krystal D
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Krystal D

We used to do a tear off page countdown where each night the children would tear off a page to see how many days were left. The last few years we haven’t done much as the girls have gotten a little older. With the new baby though we are going to have to start a new tradition in the next year or so…

Sarah
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Sarah

Advent calendars, a link of names of God, and devos

faith
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faith

We make a paper chain.

Tabitha Zehner
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Tabitha Zehner

In the past we’ve always made a paper chain, but this year we’re making ornaments.

Kelli
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Kelli

We have an Advent calendar and listen to The Cinnamon Bear for our countdown.

Kelly
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Kelly

I made a countdown calendar for the kids with fun things to do each day.

Corrie
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Corrie

We have a little 12 day Advent calendar type thing. You open the little drawers each day and read a portion of the Christmas story. It’s really cool because you can also use it for Thanksgiving and Easter. 🙂 We also read Christmas stories each day for Advent.

Shannon
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Shannon

We made a garland & have one of those chocolate calendars. Random note: my rafflecopter is through a different email address but I don’t know how to change it but the name Shannon is registered for both.

Hope
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Hope

We have an advent calendar

Barbara
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Barbara

We’ve been using an advent calendar.

Lindsay @ Bytes of Memory
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Lindsay @ Bytes of Memory

We have been counting down with the truth in the tinsel book. But I have been wanting to add a fun activities in :-)!

Jessica
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Jessica

We’re doing Truth in the Tinsel and the Jesse Tree from 1+1+1=1

Mariah
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Mariah

We’ve been doing a Jesse Tree, as well as other things like a Mickey Mouse countdown we have and I try to add a new tradition every year!

Kim L.
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Kim L.

We use an Advent Nativity calendar. The kids open a box each day that has a portion of the Nativity to put on the magnetic board. It also contains a slip of paper with a special activity for the day. We also use an advent wreath. We light a candle at supper each night and do our devotions after we eat. My kids love both of these traditions and look forward to them each year.

Betsy
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Betsy

We have a countdown tree that we have used in the past but I am looking for something that is a little more Christ-focused.